In a full 3D pokemon world (which the trailer has me believing it is) I would expect full 360 degree movement using the analog nub. Problem is that the one point in the game trailer where they show what appears to be player controlled movement the character makes a clear 90 degree left turn. That worries me. Any thoughts? --- NNID: Threinfhir
#2Chaos StrykerPosted 1/8/2013 6:11:32 AM
Uh... you can use the D-Pad instead of the analog nub if you prefer? --- Don't believe in yourself, believe in me! Believe in the Chaos who believes in you! Please don't say you are lazy. The fact is, I'm really crazy.
#3GloryChaosPosted 1/8/2013 6:12:29 AM
Yeah. Sadly, it still looks as though movement is still the same. I'd like to be proven wrong about that though. --- Brawl FC - 1332 8069 6690 http://i.imgur.com/OZ9aS.png
#4Threinfhir(Topic Creator)Posted 1/8/2013 6:14:04 AM
Exactly. I personally don't want to play a 3D game and be confined to four directions of movement, especially when the analog nub works great. At least it did for me in Ocarina. --- NNID: Threinfhir
#5XashowdPosted 1/8/2013 6:20:44 AM
You never know. We might get 8 directions. Diagonals at last! --- Official Member of the MnK! I am The Wandering Nightwind, Xashowd! 3DS FC: 3695-0746-1582. Xashowd. PM me if you add me.
#6SMASHKING84Posted 1/8/2013 6:27:20 AM
cannot tell for sure yet. but honestly analog movement messes up the bike,imo --- Jirachi is the best pokemon ppl who agree:3 Pokemon Black 2 [OU rules player] Rosa:4170-2970-6954 PM Me if you add me.
#7Threinfhir(Topic Creator)Posted 1/8/2013 6:45:05 AM
Yeah, maybe. But then again there might not be a bike this time. I looked as though the main character was on roller blades in one clip. --- NNID: Threinfhir